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PBS
Nov 9, 2012 5:30pm PST
deputy, michael morell, as acting director. for more, we turn to greg miller-- he covers intelligence for the "washington post"; and retired army colonel peter mansoor. he was executive officer for general petraeus during the surge of forces in iraq in 2007 and 2008. he's now professor at ohio state university. greg miller, tension according to many news reports is focusing on general petraeus's biographer and the fact that the general came to the fbi's attention during an investigation. what can you tell us? >> yeah, we're hearing that too. i want to stress that this is very early in the story. so a lot of information is hard to nail down at this point. but we're being told that yes, this is not necessarily a case of the general, the former general stepping up doing the right thing and admitting to an affair but being flushed out. being forced to admit it becausof a fbi investigation into e-mail access of the director's e-mail. >> suarez: e-mail access by the woman in question, paula broadwell, the author of "all in" >> right, exactly, presumably by this author who it written his bio
MSNBC
Nov 10, 2012 4:00am PST
is greg miller, national security correspondent for "the washington post." greg, what a morning. let's get right to it. i'd like to hear the latest that you've learned. >> well, you know, the big question now is what is the reason for this fbi investigation into this e-mail? and it does look like this is an access to a personal e-mail account. so, this is not a case, as it initially appeared yesterday, of david petraeus coming forward to clear a guilty conscience or something. this is a case where he was flushed out in the open by an fbi investigation that had to do with security. >> okay. now, nbc news has not yet been able to reach paula broadwell for comment, so we haven't confirmed that she is, quote, the woman, but we do know the fbi's investigating her for possibly accessing petraeus' e-mail. what kind of information were she to be able to access that, would she have gotten? >> well, it's -- all the indications so far is that this is a personal e-mail account. it's not a cia or military e-mail account. so it would have presumably personal information there, but not necessarily nation
CSPAN
Nov 16, 2012 7:00pm EST
three-part series in the "washington post" by greg miller, karen deyoung agricola address just this. one of the quotes from u.s. official in their lives we have 10 to 15 or 20 enemy killed them and there's 20 guys this sort of papa. this is very seductive if you're in the pentagon you have this list of individuals plotting against the united states. if you come across these names off the list makes it feel as though you keep the united states safer. i think there's a faulty logic going on in there. we've seen over the past decade the u.s. is fighting wars that just killing these particular individuals is in itself make us safer because so often many more people, put in the ranks. there's also a tendency to personalize al qaeda appeared particularly in yemen we saw this with the american-born cleric, the individual that the argument was advanced that if he could be killed the u.s. would be safer. he was as close killed in the drone strike and said number 2011. we know they had a plan in which they gave the latest version thankfully to an undercover agent. so not on where a lackey hasn't c
FOX News
Nov 14, 2012 12:00am PST
cars with its big wheels? >> we will close things out with a post game wrap up. >>> you can catch greg on dennis miller's show at 12:30 p.m. eastern time and on your world with ?eel at 4:00 -- and with neil at 4:00 p.m. >> a new red eye returns tomorrow. >> time to go back to tv's andy levy for the post game wrap up. >> thanks, tom. >> it will be imus in the morning. fox and friends at 5:45 and fox news raid know in the afternoon. >> -- news radio in the afternoon. >> i have stuff on twitter but i will plug something else. it is pete anderson the great guitar player is a "red eye" fan and has two dates left in new mexico. you should see them. they are awesome. >> cool. greg, i hear you have a book coming out or something? >> i think we have done that to death though. but yes i have a book if you haven't ordered it yet. go to amazon.com or any bookstore. i think they exist still. that's me. >> pretty impressive sales figures. >> i think i look -- last time i checked 26. number one in commentary. >> that's 26 overall books at amazon. that's ridiculously impressive. >> that's weird. it is
CSPAN
Nov 17, 2012 10:00am EST
states would we be safer. there's a great three-part series in the "washington post" by greg miller and others that i think address just this. and one of the quotes from a u.s. official in there was that we have 10 to 15 or 20 and then we kill some and then there's another 20 guys that sort of pop up. i think this is very is he ductive if you're in the pentagon you have this list of individuals that you believe are plotting against the united states and so if you can sort of cross these names off the list it makes it feel as though you're keeping the united states safer. i think there is a faulty logic going on in there because we've really seen over the past decade the u.s. has been fighting these wars they're just killing these particular individuals doesn't itself make us safer because so often many more people come up. within the ranks. and i think there's also a tendency within the u.s. to sort of personalize al qaeda. so particularly in yemen we saw this with the american born cleric. this is the individual that the argument was advanced by some if he could be killed that the
MSNBC
Nov 10, 2012 9:00am PST
years. earlier today i spoke to washington national correspondent greg miller who wrote that article. >> white house officials insist they did not learn about that david p david petraeus had a big problem on his hand until monday. petraeus lays it outside, then president obama accepts the resignation on friday. if there were any national security implications of this fbi investigation into the e-mail, then that would have required some prior notification to somebody in the white house. if you're a cia director is in a situation that is creating a national security issue, then there's no way that the fbi doesn't let the white house know about that well in advance. >> joining me now for today's strategy talk, former democratic congressman martin frost and former republican congressman tom davis. gentlemen, welcome back. good to see you both. >> thanks. >> thank you. good to be with you. >> mr. frost, how do you read the timing of all this? >> alex, i don't know any of the snds information. i saw general petraeus about two weeks ago in washington, d.c. at the premiere of the new movie "
CSPAN
Nov 13, 2012 1:00pm EST
the united states, would we be safer? there's just a great three-part series in "the washington post" by greg miller, karen deyoung, craig whitlock, that acessed just this. one of the quotes from a u.s. official in there was that, you know, we have 10 to 15 or 0 and we kill some and there's another 20 guys that sort of pop up. i think this is very seductive if you're in the pentagon, you have this list of individuals that you believe are plotting against the united states, and so if you can sort of cross these names off the list, makes it feel as though you're keeping the united states safer. i think there's a faulty logic going on in there. we've seen over the past decade, though, the u.s. has been fighting these wars, they are killing these particular individuals does in itself make us safer because so many times more people come up within the ranks. i think there's a tendency within the u.s. to sort of personalize al qaeda. so particularly in yemen we saw that with the american-born cleric anwr, if he could be killed, that the u.s. would be safer. he was of course killed in a drone strike
CNN
Nov 30, 2012 9:00am PST
multiple sources of debt. with me are liz miller and greg mcbride. liz, here is a question for you. >> my husband and i are still paying off home loan, and we have got some credit card debt. the credit card debt is higher. is it best to pay more on the house or to get rid of the credit card debt first? >> evthis actually is an easy o, i think. it is absolutely the credit card debt. it is by far the highest interest rate and most interest rates on home loans right now are quite reasonable and even more so, most people get an interest rate deduction on their taxes for that mortgage interest. so you want to extend that, particularly at today's low rates as long as you can and pay down that credit card debt. >> a lot of people are in such a rush to pay off their mortgage, is that such a smart move? >> it is a low financial priority when you factor in the low rates and the tax deduction that liz was talking about. there are a lot of other financial fish you can fry even if you don't have other debts. make sure you have an adequate emergency savings account, put moneyaw away for your kids' coll
FOX News
Nov 30, 2012 8:00am PST
and totally respect greg pop owe very much. one of the best coaches in the nba. his ultimate thing to win the championship if he had to sacrifice a game, older guys, but it is not right. jon: marvin miller is another sports controversy we're following. didn't make it to the hall of fame before he died. there is word that they may get him there posthumously quickly. should he? >> abs slautly. revolutionized the sports, the sports we now watch today, free agency, arbitration, all these things, players getting paid properly. he changed it. curt flood lawsuit back in the late '60s was part of the reason. it is why sports where they are and he was a big part of it. jon: jim gray, good to have you on [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare... now's a good time to think about your options. are you looking for a plan that really meets your needs? and your budget? as you probably know, medicare only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all stand
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